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Despite the cold weather, on Saturday, March 12, the Bay Shore-Brightwaters St. Patrick’s Day parade went off without a hitch and plenty of smiles.

Marion Hollins was a woman ahead of her time. The American amateur golfer, who was born in East Islip, helped shape the golf world in the 20th century and was finally honored into the World Golf Hall …

On Monday, March 7, the Brightwaters Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting, during which they held a public hearing regarding 225 Howells Road in the village. Currently, Brightwaters …

Living on Long Island, where we are surrounded by water and are blessed with warm summers, it’s important that children know how to swim. Howard Hinds, the owner and program director of …

When Joe Marro first started his weight-loss journey in 2017, he went through a lot of ups and downs, and learned what practices worked for him and which ones didn’t click. Marro, who lost …

There is a lot of disagreement with where shepherd’s pie comes from, but there is no doubt that it is a favorite in Ireland. Of course, while it is a regular dish in many traditional Irish …

Twelve months after its official ribbon-cutting launch in Patchogue, GiGi’s Playhouse Long Island Down Syndrome Achievement Center has expanded its programs, increased its volunteer and …

Congratulations to West Islip High School senior Kevin Kohlhoff, who competed at the NYSPHSAA Diving Championship at Ithaca College on March 4. Kohlhoff finished as one of the top 20 divers in New …

When Laura Heaney, a Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ member, heard about the donation drive for Ukrainian refugees on Saturday, she dove into her and her daughter’s closets for …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County police commissioner Rodney K. Harrison today announced the donation of nine pallets containing more than 750 decommissioned bulletproof vests …

Even morning drizzles couldn’t stop the luck of the Irish on Sunday, March 6, when East Islip hosted their annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. The 55th parade, hosted by the Ancient Order of …

When “Titanic” the musical first set sail on Broadway in 1997, it was lauded and awarded five Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Studio Theatre of Long Island’s production of the …

On Sunday, March 20, the Island Symphony Orchestra and St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church will present the Bach Festival featuring the winners of the Lillian and Maurice Barbash J.S. Bach …

On Sunday, March 6, Crossfit Rapture and Operation VEST hosted a 4-mile run in Brightwaters to fight against veteran suicide. The run was part of the 4x4x48 challenge, a social media fitness …

On World Wildlife Day, March 3, PSEG Long Island celebrates the strong return of the local osprey population and continues preparing for the upcoming breeding season by inspecting known nesting …

Suffolk County Police arrested two men following the execution of a search warrant during which drugs and weapons were seized at their Bay Shore residence this morning. Suffolk County Police …

Suffolk County Police arrested a Babylon School District teacher on Thursday March 3 for engaging in a sexual relationship with a minor in 2013, police said in a press release. Administrators from …

On Thursday, February 24, a virtual candidate panel was co-hosted by the Southampton and Brookhaven Town Democratic Committees so voters could hear from the three Democratic prospects for the new 1st …

After filing a Freedom of Information request with the Suffolk County Board of Elections, enrollment numbers based on party lines in our area was found: Numbers were rounded to the whole for …

Each week reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a local lecture on historical topics. This week, she decided to round up the best …

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